About Fuchun Resort, Hangzhou
Revitalization and serenity imbue the Fuchun Resort, a Leading Spas of the World property set along the banks of Hangzhou's Fuchun River, surrounded by forest-capped mountain ranges, rolling countryside, and a working tea plantation. Complementing the property's air of spirituality and peace is a 2,172-square-meter spa, complete with nine treatment rooms, a spa villa, and a menu of conceptualized treatments using organic products.
A bounty of daytime activities is on offer, and includes tai chi, yoga, swimming, and golf. At night, guests can retire to their accommodations, an elegant blend of modern rooms or villas with lake or garden views.
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Awards & Accolades
2012 Readers' Choice Awards Winner for:
- Favorite Spa in China
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Idyllic and rejuvenating, each treatment offered at Fuchun Spa is exclusive to the property and carried out by Balinese therapists. The Hangzhou's Silk Cocoon is a spa hallmark and includes an osmathus flower foot bath, a jasmine and pearl body scrub, silk wrap, and rose hibiscus milk bath. Services utilize traditional Chinese herbal and natural botanical extracts, and some rituals, such as the Signature Dragon Well-Foot Treatment, use fresh tea leaf, which is picked from the resort's plantation.
The 10 treatment rooms, each with its own steam shower and changing area, surround a small courtyard, overlooking a view of the pools and fountains, and while the spa villa, ideal for couples to spend time together, features lake views and a private outdoor Jacuzzi. An additional Jacuzzi is available indoors for spa-goers, and there are separate female and male steam rooms and saunas.
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Fuchun Resort, Hangzhou
The Best Spa I have experinece in the world!By JuliaW | January 7, 2011
Location & Hours
Fuchun Resort, HangzhouFuyang Section, Hangfu Yanjiang Road,
- The resort is located one hour from the Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport.
- The minimum spa age is 12.
- A fee applies for yoga and tai chi classes.
- Regional climate patterns include lengthy, extremely hot summers, with average high temperatures reaching 90° F or above, and short, cool winters with little snow and annual high temps of about 49° F.
Facilities & Amenities
At Fuchun Resort, guests are free to hike, play a game of tennis, or take a dip in the indoor pool or Jacuzzi. Daily tai chi classes are offered, and daily yoga is held at sunrise and sunset; guests can also reserve private or couple's sessions. A 20-square-meter fitness center is available for an additional workout. An additional high spot is the 18-hole, par-72 Fuchun Golf Course, where guests can hit the links against the landscape of the Fuchun River and rolling hills of a tea plantation.
The hotel also organizes four tour routes of local cities and sites that provide deeper insight into the history and natural beauty of eastern China. The North Mountain Route includes trips to the Xiling Academy of Traditional Arts and General Yue's Temple, while the South Mountain Route comprises visits to the China Silk Museum, and Jingci Temple. Guests can also tour Hefang Street on the Reminiscence Route, or explore the Temple of the God of Wealth on the Buddhism Route.
Rooms & Dining
Fuchun Resort's guest rooms, a majority of them suites, are decorated in warm, earth tones and a contemporary, simple style designed to provide a sense of tranquility that surrounds guests as soon as they enter. Most provide Jiangnan garden or lake vistas, and select suites also have a terrace to take advantage of the lovely setting. One-, two-, and three-bedroom villas feature an outdoor Jacuzzi and private garden; the signature Fuchun Villa has four bedrooms, an indoor pool, and 24-hour concierge service.
The resort offers a stylish menu of dining establishments. As its name suggests, the Lake Lounge overlooks the water, affording picturesque views while guests dine on Chinese and Western cuisine. For an authentic cultural dining experience, guests can visit Asian Corner, a split-level restaurant with a modern Chinese design, dramatic, two-story floral arrangements, and a lake and tea-tree mountain backdrop. Menu specialties include Guangzhou steam mandarin fish and Ningbo stir-fried rice cake. Dishes at Club 8, located inside the Golf Club, have a Western flair.